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== Description ==
  
This is a simple reverb effect adapted from the public domain Freeverb code written by Jezar at Dreampoint, June 2000 and described here: [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/pasp/Freeverb.html].
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This is a simple reverb effect adapted from the public domain Freeverb code written by Jezar at Dreampoint, June 2000 and described here in detail by Julius Smith III: [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/pasp/Freeverb.html Freeverb].
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==

Revision as of 03:36, 30 May 2018

Applications

Description

This is a simple reverb effect adapted from the public domain Freeverb code written by Jezar at Dreampoint, June 2000 and described here in detail by Julius Smith III: Freeverb.

Parameters

size

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes gain (-3 to 3)

bias (0 to 1)


damp

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes gain (-3 to 3)

bias (0 to 1)


width

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes gain (-3 to 3)

bias (0 to 1)


wet

Control Type Has Sub-chain? Sub-chain Parameters Fader Scale
Gain/Bias yes gain (-3 to 3)

bias (0 to 1)

linear


This parameter controls the amount of the input signal and of the affected signal which is passed to the output. A value of 1 (i.e. 100% wet) means you will only hear the affected signal. A value of 0 (i.e. 100% dry) means you will only hear the signal received at the unit's input. However, the cross-fade curve is not linear but rather lifted to counteract the tendency for loudness to dip in the center of a linear cross-fade curve. The actual cross-fade curve looks like this:

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